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Unit I. Reading, information-seeking, user needs and interests
Unit II. Types of libraries, librarians and information specialists
   A. Public libraries
   B. School libraries
   C. Community-school libraries
   D. Academic libraries
   E. Special libraries
   F. Librarians and information specialists
   G. Digital libraries and virtual libraries
Unit III. Social functions. Roles of libraries/librarians in society
Unit IV. The Information Society
Unit V. Functions of national and state governments
   A. Copyright
   B. National and state libraries
   C. Aspects of the federal role in the U.S.
Unit VI. The library and information professions
   A. Characteristics and relationships
   B. Professional associations
   C. Education for the professions
   D. Accreditation and certification
   E. Standards, guidelines
   F. Ethics
   G. Special concerns
    (a) Access
    (b) Intellectual freedom
    (c) Literacy & information literacy
Unit VII. International and comparative librarianship
Unit VIII. History and future of libraries & information centers


Unit I.
Reading, information-seeking, user needs and interests

Bales, Susan Nall. "Technology and tradition: the future's in the balance." American libraries (June/July 1998): 82-86.

Bancroft, Audrey F. Vickie F. Croft, Robert Speth, and Dretha M. Phillips. "A Forward-looking library use survey: WSU libraries in the 21st century." Journal of academic librarianship (May 1998): 216-224.

*Budd, John. "User-centered thinking: lessons from reader-centered theory." RQ 34(4) (1995): 487-96.

*Dervin, Brenda. 1983. Information as a user construct: the Relevance of perceived information needs to synthesis and interpretation. In Ward, Spencer A. and Linda J. Reed, eds., Knowledge structure and use: implications for synthesis and interpretation. Temple University Press.

Dervin, Brenda. 1992. A useful theory for librarianship: communication, not information." in The information environment: a reader. G.K. Hall, pp. 12-25.

*From information to wisdom? Smithsonian World. 1991. (VHS videotape no. 4844, in the Wong AV Center

*Hafner, Arthur W. and Jennifer Sterling-Folker . 1993. Democratic ideals and the American public library. In Hafner, Arthur W. (ed.) Democracy and the public library : essays on fundamental issues (Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press), pp. 9-43.

Hale, Martha. Administrators and Information: a review of methodologies used for Diagnosing information use. In Advances in librarianship Vol. 14. Academic Press, 1986. pp. 75-99.

*Jorgensen, Corinne; D'elia, George; Woelfel, Joseph; and Eleanor Rodger. 2001. The impact of the Internet on public library use: current status and trends for the future. Proceedings of the ASIST annual meeting 38:141-155.

Koenig, Michael. "Information services and downstream productivity," Annual Review of Information Science and Technology (ARIST) 25:55-86, 1990.

Nahl, Diane and Carol Tenopir. "Affective and Cognitive searching behavior of novice End-users of a full text database." JASIS (April): 276-286.

*Nahl, Diane. 2001. A conceptual framework for explaining information behavior. Studies in media & literacy education 1(2) (May 2001). Availalbe online at:http://www.utpjournals.com/simile/issue2/nahl1.html.

Nahl, Diane. 1995. "The user-centered revolution: 1970-1995." Encyclopedia of microcomputers, vol. 19, 1995. Online version:http://www2.hawaii.e du/~nahl/articles/user/user1toend_toc.html

*Scheppke, Jim. 1994. "Who's using the public library?" Library Journal (October 15, 1994): 35-37.

Schlichter, Doris and Michael Pemberton. "The emperor's new clothes: problems of the user survey as a planning tool in academic libraries." College & Research Libraries 53(3) (May 1992):257-265.

Westin, Alan and Anne Finger. Using the public Library in the computer age: present patterns, future possibilities. American Library Association, 1991, pp. 13-42.

*Wilson, T.D. 1999. Models in information behaviour research. Journal of documentation 55(3):249-270.

Wilson, T.D. 1981. On user studies and information needs. Journal of documentation 37(1):3-15.

*Westbrook, Lynn. 1993. User needs: a synthesis and Analysis of current theories for the practitioner. RQ. 32(4): 541-549.

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Unit II.
Types of libraries, librarians and information specialists

(Entries preceded by call numbers are in the stacks. Select from these titles to prepare reports on types of libraries and information work.)

Unit II. A. Public libraries

(Z711.92 .A32.A37 1990) adult services: an enduring force for public Libraries. ALA, 1990.

(Z711.8 .L526 1987) Allen, Adela A. library services for hispanic children. Oryx Press, 1987.

(Z674.4 .M352 1992) Cronin, Blaise. (Ed.) the marketing of library and information Services. London: Aslib, 1992.

(Z731 .D87) DuMont, Rosemary Ruhig. reform and reaction: the big city public Library in american life. Greenwood Press, 1977.

(Z679.5 .G47 1988) Gervasi, Anne and Betty Kay Seibt. handbook for small, rural, and Emerging public libraries. Oryx Press, 1988. see esp. Chapt. 2: "Purposes of The Library and Options for Service." pp. 7-16.

(Z 721 .L6 1998) McCook, Kathleen de la Pena, Barbara J. Ford, and Kate Lippincott (eds.). Libraries : global reach, local touch. Chicago: American Library Association, 1998.

(Z711.7 .N38 1985) Nauratil, Marcia J. Public libraries and nontraditional clienteles: the politics of special services. Greenwood Press, 1985. see esp. Chapter 1: "Role Conflict in the Public Library," pp. 3-20.

(Z731 .M639 1998) Molz, Kathleen and Phyllis Dain. 1999. Civic space/cyberspace: the American public library in the information age. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

Philip, John J. 1992. The state of the art of bookmobile service. Wilson Library Bulletin 66(9) (May 1992):31-34.

Rome, Linda. 1992. The art of inner city librarianship: reaching out in Cleveland." Wilson Library Bulletin 67(1) (September 1992): 55-58.

(Z671 .J68) Van Der Zee, Hendrik. 1988. The public library as an open learning centre. Journal of Librarianship 20:1-15, January 1988.

(Z679 .B945 2000) Webb, T. Building libraries for the 21st century: the shape of information. McFarland. '99

(Z731 .W735 1988) Williams, Patrick. The American public library and the problem of purpose. Greenwood Press, 1988.

 

Unit II. B. School libraries

(Z675.S3 C76 1994) Craver, Kathleen W. School Library Media Centers in the 21st Century: Changes and Challenges. Westport, CN: Greenwood Press, 1994.

(Z675.S3 D65 1998) Donham, Jean. Enhancing Teaching and Learning: A Leadership Guide for School Library Media Specialists. New York: Neal-Schuman, 1998.

(Z675.S3 F68 1999) Haycock, Ken. (Ed.) Foundations for Effective School Library Media Programs. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 1999.

(Z 675 .S3 A4475 1998) Information Power: Building Partnerships for Learning. American Association of School Librarians, ALA, 1998.

(Z675 .S3 I355 1996) Wasman, Ann. (Ed.) Ideas for Promoting your School Library Media Program. Also called: Best Kept Secrets: Ideas for Promoting your School Library Media Program. Chicago: American Assn. of School Librarians, 1996.

(Z675.S3 W8735 1994) Woolls, Blanche. The School Library Media Manager. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 1994.

 

Unit II. C. Community-school libraries

(Z675 .S3.A18) Aaron, Shirley L. A Study of Combined School-Public Libraries. ALA, 1980.

(Z675 .S3 .I45A) Dwyer, James G. "The Joint Use Phenomenon: A Positive Approach." in School Libraries/Media Centers: Partners in Education. Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Conference, International Association of School Librarianship, 1984. pp. 61-81. Also in (Z675 .S3 .C714 1987) Combining Libraries: The Canadian and Australian Experience. Scarecrow Press, 1987. pp. 94-111.

Heath, Jay. "The Combined School/Community Library: An Enhanced Sense of Community Through Shared Public Services." Journal of School Research Information 15(2) (Spring 1997): 28-34.

Olsen, Renee. "2 in 1: Designing a Combined Library That Works for Everyone." School Library Journal 42(2) (February 1996): 24-27.

(Z675 .S3 .I45A) Walisser, Sharon and Janet Renouf. "Britannia is Different: A Cooperative School-Public Library in the 80's." in School Libraries/Media Centers: Partners in Education. Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Conference, International Association of School Librarianship, 1984. pp. 99-131. Also in (Z675 .S3 .C714 1987). Combining Libraries: The Canadian and Australian Experience. Scarecrow Press, 1987. pp. 185-222.

 

Unit II. D. Academic libraries.

(Z675 .U5 .A73 1984) Academic Libraries: Myths and Realities Proceedings of the Third National Conference of the Association of College and Research Libraries, 1984. See "Myths and Realities: The Academic Viewpoint," pp. 12-20.

(Z675 .U5 .L44 1988) Breivik, Patricia Senn and Robert Wedgeworth, eds. Libraries and The Search For Academic Excellence. Scarecrow, 1988.

Budd, John M. The Academic Library: Its Context, Its Purposes, and Its Operation Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 1998.

Dale, Doris Cruger. "The Learning Resource Center's Role in The Community College System," College & Research Libraries 49:232-238, May 1988.

(Z645.U5 .C6455) Dollard, Peter. "A Paradigm for College Libraries." in College Librarianship. Scarecrow Press, 1981, pp. 30-46.

(Z675 .U5 G39 1997)Dowler, Lawrence (ed.). Gateways to knowledge: the role of academic libraries in teaching, learning, and research. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1997.

Duvall, Betty. "The Role of the Community College Library," Show-Me Libraries 36:26-29, October-November 1985.

Hisle, W. Lee. "Learning Resource Services in The Community College: On The Road to The Emerald City," College & Research Libraries 50:613-625, November 1989.

Kalick, RoseAnne. Ed. Community College Libraries: Centers for Lifelong Learning. Scarecrow Press, 1992.

(Z675 .U5 .C6457 1984) Maltby, A. "The Educational Role of the College Library." in College Librarianship: The Objectives and the Practice. The Library Association, 1984. pp. 12-27.

(Z675.U5 .M68 1985) Mount, Ellis. University Science and Engineering Libraries 2nd ed. Greenwood Press 1985.

(Z675.U5 A317 1989) Richardson, Jr., John and Jinnie Y. Davis. (Eds.) Academic Librarianship, Past, Present, and Future: A Festschrift in Honor of David Kaser. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 1989.

(Z675.U5 L42 1997) Snyder, Carolyn A. and James W. Fox. (Eds.) Libraries and other Academic Support Services for Distance Learning. Greenwich, CN: JAI Press, 1997.

Well, Richard. "Community College Libraries," North Carolina Libraries 44:5-6, Spring 1986. (special issue on community colleges)

 

Unit II. E. Special libraries.

(Z675.M94 B53 1994) Bierbaum, Esther Green. Museum Librarianship: A Guide to the Provision and Management of Information. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co., 1994.

(CD1 .A18 v.44) Basic Archival Problems: Strategies for Development. Munchen, NJ: K.G. Saur, 1999.

(Z675 .M43 L53 1997) Johnson Mary E. Library Services in Mental Health Settings. Medical Library Association, Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 1997.

(fz675 .T36 .J63 1979) Johnston, A.M. Theatre Librarianship. University of Sheffield. Postgraduate School of Librarianship and Information Science, 1979. Chapter 1: "What is a Theatre Library?" pp. 3-7.

(Z675 .A85 .J66 1986) Jones, Lois Swan and Sarah Scott Gibson. Art Libraries and Information Services. Academic Press, 1986. Chapter 1: "Art Libraries and Librarians," pp. 3-16.

(Z692.M3L37 1998) Larsgaard, Mary Lynette. Map Librarianship: An Introduction. 3rd ed. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 1998.

[Z692.S5N57 1998] Nisonger, Thomas E. Management of Serials in Libraries. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 1998.

(SINC ML111 .M757 1991) Ochs, Michael. (Ed.) Music Librarianship in America. Cambridge, MA: Eda Kuhn Loeb Music Library, Harvard University, 1991.

(Z675.P8 L45 1995) Rubin, Rhea Joyce and Daniel Suvak. (Eds.) Libraries Inside: A Practical Guide for Prison Librarians. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, 1995.

(Z 675 .A2 A75 1997) Scammell, Alison. (Ed.) Handbook of Special Librarianship and Information Work. 7th ed., London: Aslib, 1997.

(CD950 .S3 1996) Schellenberg, Theodore R. Modern Archives: Principles and Techniques. Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 1996.

Setterberg, Fred. "A Library for Dissenters," American Libraries 20:702-704, July/August 1989.

(Z675.M4 R43 1994) Wood, M. Sandra. (Ed.) Reference and Information Services in Health Sciences Libraries. Medical Library Association, Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, 1994.

 

Unit II. F. Librarians and information specialists

[Z682.A4 1987] Alvarez, Robert S. Library Boss. Administration's Digest Press, 1987. Chapt. III: "The Library Director," pp. 53-82.

[ML 111.B83 1985] Bryant, E. T. and Guy Marco. Music Librarianship: A Practical Guide. Scarecrow Press, 1985. "Staff," pp. 48-57.

[Z678 .C345 1995] Carson, Paula Phillips, David Kerry, Joyce Carson, Schouest Phillips. The Library Manager's Deskbook: 102 Expert Solutions to 101 Common Dilemmas. Chicago: American Library Association, 1995.

[RJ505 .B5 D65 1997] Doll, Beth, and Carol Doll. Bibliotherapy with Young People: Librarians and Mental Health Professionals Working Together. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 1997.

[Z717.M45 1985] Ellison, John W. "What are Media Librarians?" in Media Libriarianship. Neal-Schuman Publishers, Inc. 1985. pp. 65-71.

[Z674.75 .I58 C93 1997] Ensor, Pat. (Ed.) The Cybrarian's Manual. Chicago: American Library Association, 1997.

[Z682.4.C65 I53 1986] Information Consultants In Action. Mansell, 1986. See Rawles, Beverly A. and Michael B. Wessells. "Library Consulting," pp. 111-130.

[Z675.S3J62 1997] Job, Amy G. and MaryKay W. Schnare. The School Library Media Specialist as Manager: A Book of Case Studies. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 1997.

[Z682.2.U5 .N47 1984] New Options For Librarians: Finding a Job in a Related Field. Neal-Schuman Publishers, 1984.

[HD9999 .I492 R84 1992] Rugge, Sue and Alfred Glossbrenner. The Information Broker's Handbook. Blue Ridge Summit, PA: Windcrest, 1992.

[Z711.4 .S24 1997] Saricks, Joyce G. and Nancy Brown. Readers' Advisory Service in the Public Library. 2nd ed. Chicago: American Library Association, 1997.

Simutis, Len. "The Future Isn't What It Used to Be: Educators and Librarians in the New Millennium." Military Librarians Workshop, 18-20 Nov 1997, Dayton Marriott Hotel, Dayton, Ohio.

http://www.sla.org/divisio n/dmil/mlw97/simutis/index.htm

[Z671 L7133] Traister, Daniel. "A Caucus-Race and a Long Tale: The Profession of Rare Book Librarianship in the 1980's," Library Trends 36:141-156, Summer 1987.

[HD62.5 .W37 1987] Warner, Alice Sizer. Mind Your Own Business: A Guide For the Information Entrepreneur. Neal-Schuman, 1987.

[Z674.5.U5 .W37] Warnken, Kelly. The Information Brokers: How to Start and Operate Your Own Fee-Based Service. Bowker, 1981.

[Z675.M4 .H33 1982 v.3] Zachert, Martha Jane K. "The Health Science Librarian." in Handbook of Medical Library Practice. 4th ed. Medical Library Association, 1988. pp. 69-106.

 

Unit II. G. Digital and virtual libraries

Chepesiuk, Ron. "The Future is Here: America's Libraries Go Digital." American Libraries (January 1997): 47-49.

Davis, Erik. "Cyberlibraries." Lingua Franca (Feb/Mar 1992): 46-51.

Digital Libraries:

Digital Library Resources
http://lcweb.loc.gov/loc/ndlf/digital.html
Library of Congress digital library resources and projects.

Alexandria Digital Library Bibliography
http://alexandria.sdc.ucs b.edu/public-documents/bibliography
Alexandria Digital Library bibliography. "...a listing of citations relating to digital libraries."

Digital Library Initiatives
http://www.lib.umich.edu/libhome/DLI/
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. "The Digital Library Production Service (DLPS) was initiated in 1996 to provide critical infrastructure for campus digital library collections and access services."

Berkeley Digital Library SunSITE
http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/
University of California, Berkeley. "The Berkeley Digital Library SunSITE builds digital collections and services while providing information and support to digital library developers worldwide."

Ferguson, Chris D. and Charles Bunge. "The Shape of Services to Come: Values-Based Reference Service for the Largely Digital Library." College & Research Libraries 58(3) (May 1997): 252-265.

Hawkins, Brian. "Planning for the National Electronic Library." Educom Review. (May/June 1994): 19-29.

[Z675 .S3 V835 1996] Kuhlthau, Carol Collier, M. Elspeth Goodin and Mary Jane McNally. (eds.) 1996. The Virtual School Library: Gateway to the Information Superhighway. Englewood, Colo. : Libraries Unlimited.

Local Places, Global Connections: Libraries in the Digital Age. Washington, D.C.: Benton Foundation, 1997.

Poulter, Alan. 1998. "Browsing the virtual library," in Encyclopedia of library and information science, Allen Kent and Carolyn M. Hall, eds., v. 62, suppl. 25, pp. 54-64.

Schatz, Bruce R. 1997. Information Retrieval in Digital Libraries: Bringing Search to the Net. Science 275: 327-334 (January 17, 1997)

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Unit III.
Social functions. Roles of libraries and information workers in society.

*Berninghausen, David. 1993. Social Responsibility vs. the Library Bill of Rights. And Wedgeworth et al. The Berninghausen debate.Library Journal September 15, 1993: 81-83; 83-88.

*Budd, J.M. 2003. The library, praxis, and symbolic power. Library quarterly 73(1):19-32.

Diener, Richard. 1992. A Tale of Two Paradigms or Whatever Happens to IRM? Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science Dec-Jan 1992, pp. 26-27.

*Finks, Lee W. 1981. Ranganathan's Five Laws of Library Science: Their Enduring Appeal. Southeastern Librarian 31:142-145.

*Gorman, Michael. 1995. Five new laws of librarianship. American Libraries. (September 1995): 784-785.

Kochen, Manfred. 1983. Information and society. In Annual Review of Information Science and Technology vol. 18 (1983). pp. 277-304.

*MacLeish, Archibald. Champion of a cause. ALA, 1971. See "Of the librarian's profession." pp. 43-53.

*Shera, Jesse. 1972. The foundations of education for librarianship. Wiley. Chapter Five: "The Role of the Library in the Social Process," pp. 135-162; and Chapter Six: "The Role of the Library in the Dissemination of Information," p. 163-194.

Stevens, Debra. 1989. Social responsibility and librarianship: a dilemma of professionalism. Canadian Library Journal 46:1:17-22.

*Swan, John C. 1990. Rehumanizing information. Library Journal 115:178-182. (Note: in online databases the author's name is represented as "Swanson, J.C.")

White, Herbert S. 1987. The several faces of librarianship. Library Journal, 112:18:42-43.

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Unit IV.
The Information Society.

*Apostle, Richard and Boris Raymond. 1986. Librarianship and the information paradigm. Canadian Library Journal 43:377-384. Also in Gardner, Richard K. education of library and information professionals: present and future prospects. Libraries Unlimited, 1987, pp. 17-31.

*Cleveland, Harlan. 1989. The knowledge executive: leadership in an information society. E.P. Dutton. Chapter 2: "The Knowledge Dynamic." pp. 19-35.

From Information to Wisdom? Smithsonian World, 1991. (VHS videotape no. 4844, in the Wong A-V Center) 58 min.

Feather, John. 1998. The information society: a study of continuity and change. 2nd ed. London: Library Association Publishing.

Machlup, Fritz. 1983. Uses, value, and benefits of knowledge. In Key papers in the economics of information. Knowledge Industry Publications, pp. 245-264.

Samuelson, Pamela. 1991. Is information property? Communications of the ACM 34:3:15-18.

*Wilson, Pauline. "Mission and Information: What Business Are We In?" Journal of Academic Librarianship 14:2:82-86, May 1988.

Wurman, Richard Saul. 1989. Information Anxiety. Doubleday. Chapter 1: "The Non-Information Explosion." pp. 32-50.

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Unit V.
Functions of national and state governments

Unit V. A. Copyright

Bender, Ivan R. 1993. Copyright law and the newer technologies. Wilson Library Bulletin (June 1993): 44-47.

Bennett, Scott. 1993. Copyright and innovation in electronic publishing: a commentary. Journal of Academic Librarianship 19(2) (May 1993):87-91.

KF3030.1.B53 1993 Bielefield, Arlene & Lawrence Cheeseman. Libraries & copyright law. New York: Neal Schuman, 1993.

Z649.F35B78 1995 Bruwelheide, Janis H. The copyright primer for librarians and educators 2nd ed., Chicago: ALA, 1995.

Burke, Edmund B. "Copyright catechism." Educom Review (September/October 1993): 46-49.

*Gasaway, Laura N. 1996. Libraries, educational institutions, and copyright proprietors: the first collision on the information highway. Journal of Academic Librarianship (Spring 1996): 337-344.

*Mann, Thomas. "Reference service, human nature, copyright, and offsite service--in a 'digital age'?" Reference and User Services Quarterly 38(1) (1999): 55-61.

*Nasri, William Z. 1993. "Copyright." In American Library Association, World encyclopedia of library and information services 3rd ed., pp. 228-233.

Patterson, L. Ray and Stanley W, Lindberg. The nature of copyright: a law of users' rights University of Georgia Press, 1991. Chapter 1: "The Role of Copyright in American Life." pp. 1-15.

Stave, Thomas. 1987. Pay as you read: the debate over public lending right. Wilson Library Bulletin 62:2:22-28.

United States. Copyright Office. 1998. Reproduction of copyrighted works by educators and librarians. Section D: Reproduction by libraries and archives. Available on the Web at: http://www.copyright.gov/circs/circ21.pdf.

*United States. Copyright Office. 2006. Copyright basics (Circular 1).

United States. Copyright Office. 2006. Fair use.

 

Unit V. B. National and state libraries

Goodrum, Charles. "National Libraries." in ALA World Encyclopedia of Library and Information Services. 2nd ed., 1986, pp. 580-592.

Informing The Nation: A Handbook of Government Information For Librarians. ed. by Frederick J. O'Hara. Greenwood Press, 1990. see "Our National Libraries and Other Federal Information Services," pp. 335-6.

Line, Maurice. 1988. "National Libraries in a Time of Change," IFLA Journal 14:20-28, 1988.

*Line, Maurice B. 1993. National libraries. In American Library Association, World encyclopedia of library and information services 3rd ed., pp. 605-611.

Shubert, Joseph F. "The State's Role in the Partnership." in Public Libraries and the Challenges of the Next Two Decades. Libraries Unlimited, 1985. pp. 8-15.

*Sorkin, Virginia D. and Judith Farley. "National digital library" in Encyclopedia of library and information science, Allen Kent and Carolyn M. Hall, eds., 1998, v. 62, suppl. 25, 1998, pp. 215-228.

The State Library Agencies: A Survey Project Report 1989. 9th ed. Association of Specialized & Cooperative Library Agencies, 1990.

Veit, Fritz. 1987. Presidential Libraries and Collections. Greenwood Press. See Chapt. 4 "The Presidential Libraries Viewed As A Group," pp. 42-56.

 

Unit V. C. Aspects of the federal role in the U.S.

(Z673 .A5 W3) ALA Washington Newsletter. see recent issues, or ALAWON on Unix--ALA Washington Office Newsline.

Briefing and Open Forum on Children and Youth Services: Redefining the Federal Role for Libraries, September 1-2, 1993. Washington: U.S. National Commission on Libraries and Information Science, 1994.

The Federal Role in Support of: Public Library Services: An Overview, ALA, 1990.

The Federal Role in Support of: School Library Media Centers, ALA, 1991.

The Federal Role in Support of: Academic and Research Libraries, ALA, 1991.

Hernon, Peter and Charles McClure. "GPO's Depository Library Program: Building For The Future," Library Journal 113:6:52-56, April 1, 1988.

Owens, Major R. "A Decade of Surprises," Library Journal 115:3:160-2, February 15, 1990.

Matthews, Virginia H. "In the Matter of NCLIS--Hold on There!" Library Journal 118(8) (January 1988).

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Unit VI.
The library and information professions

Unit VI. A. Characteristics and relationships

Birdsall, William. "Librarianship, Professionalism, and Social Change." Library Journal 107:223-226, February 1, 1982.

*Mason, Richard O. "What Is An Information Professional?" Journal of Education for Library & Information Science 31:2:122-138, Fall 1990.

Prentice, Ann and J. Michael Pemberton. (Eds.) Information Science: The Interdisciplinary Contest. New York: Neal-Schuman, 1990.

Prins, Hans and Wilco de Gier. The Image of the Library and Information Profession: How we see Ourselves. IFLA Round Table for the Management of Libraries, Munchen NJ: K.G. Saur, 1995.

Raber, Douglas and Lynn Silipigni Connaway. "Two Cultures, One Faculty: Contradictions of Library and Information Science Education." Journal of Education for Library & Information Science 37(2) (Spring 1996): 120-130.

Rayward, W. Boyd. "Library and Information Sciences: Disciplinary Differentiation, Competition, and Convergence." in The Study of Information: Interdisciplinary Messages. Wiley, 1983. pp. 343-363.

Scherdin, Mary Jane. (Ed.) Discovering Librarians: Profiles of a Profession. Chicago, IL: Association of College and Research Libraries, American Library Association, 1994.

*Schuman, Patricia Glass. "The Image of Librarians: Substance or Shadow?" Journal of Academic Librarianship 16:2:86-89, May 1990.

*White, Herbert S. "Pseudo Libraries and Semi-Teachers," Parts 1 and 2, American Libraries 21:2 and 3:103-6 and 262-6, February and March, 1990.

Winter, Michael F. The Culture and Control of Expertise: Toward a Sociological Understanding of Librarianship. Greenwood Press, 1988. See Chapt. 1: "The Rise of The Modern Professions," pp. 1-20, and Chapt. 6: "The Trick Question: Thinking Through the Occupation/Profession Debate," pp. 98-113.

 

Unit VI. B. Professional associations

(Z673.A5H37) ALA Handbook of Organization and Membership Directory. American Library Association, 199_. (Current volume Ref., at reference desk)

Anderson, Renee and others. "Labor Unions or Professional Organizations: Which Have our First Loyalty?" College & Research Libraries 53(4) (July 1992): 331-340.

Brawner, Lee B. "The Fine Art of Associating." in The ALA Yearbook, vol. 4, American Library Association, 1979. pp. xvii-xxiv.

Kimmel, Stacey and Scott R. DiMarco. "Planning an Interview: What do Candidates Want?" College & Research Libraries News (April 1997): 249-253.

*Virgo, Julie Carroll. "The Role of The Association in Developing Professional Competence." in Clinic on Library Applications of Data Processing (20th). University of Illinois, 1983. pp. 109-123.

 

Unit VI. C. Education for the professions

*Avery, Chris and Kevin Ketchner. "Do Instruction Skills Impress Employers?" College & Research Libraries (May 1996): 249-258.

*Buttlar, Lois and Rosemary DuMont. "Library and Information Science Competencies Revisited." Journal of Education for Library and Information Sciences 37(1) (Winter 1996): 44-62.

Dalrymple, Prudence W. "The State of the Schools." American Libraries (January 1997): 31-34.

Kulleseid, Eleanor R. "The Contradictions Persist: The Education of School Library Media Specialists." in Library Education and Leadership: Essays in Honor of Jane Anne Hannigan. ed. by Sheila Intner and Kay Vandergrift. Scarecrow Press, 1990. pp. 219-229.

Marcum, Deanna B. "Transforming the Curriculum; Transforming the Profession." American Libraries (January 1997): 35-35-36, 38.

Mathews, Virginia. "Professional Education: For A Job Or A Calling?" in Library Education and Leadership: Essays in Honor of Jane Anne Hannigan. ed. by Sheila Intner and Kay Vandergrift. Scarecrow Press, 1990. pp. 141-151.

Paris, Marion. "Why Library Schools Fail," Library Journal 115:16:38-42, October 1, 1990.

*Robbins, Jane. "Master's Degree from a Program Accredited by the American Library Association Required." Journal of Education for Library and Information Sciences 30(3) (Winter 1990):206-217.

Stieg, Margaret. Change and Challenge in Library and Information Science Education. ALA, 1992.

Steinfirst, Susan and Pauletta Bracy. "The Status of the Teaching of Children's and YA Literature and Services in Schools of Library and Information Science." Journal of Education for Library and Information Sciences 37(3) (Summer 1996): 229-249.

Watkins, Beverly. "New Era for Library Schools," The Chronicle of Higher Education. 40(37), May 18 1994, A19.

White, Herbert and Sarah Mort. 1990. The accredited library education program as preparation for professional library work. Library Quarterly 60:3:187-215.

White, Herbert. 1986. The future of library and information science education. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science 26: 174:81.

Wilson, Pauline. 1981. Taking the library out of library education. American Libraries 12:321-325, June 1981.

*Zyroff, Ellen. 1996. Cataloging is a Prime Number. American Libraries (May 1996): 47-49, 50.

 

Unit VI. D. Accreditation and certification

(Ref LB1771 .W6 1990-91) Requirements for Certification of Teachers, Counselors, Librarians, Administrators, for Elementary and Secondary Schools. 55th ed. 1990-91. University of Chicago Press, 1990.

(Ref Z1006.A1 1986) Goggin, Margaret Knox. "Certification of Librarians," in ALA World Encyclopedia of Library and Information Services. 2nd ed. American Library Association, 1986. pp. 178-181.

Kimmel, Margaret M. and Leigh Estabrook. "Accrediting Public Libraries: an Update," Library Journal 113:9:54-55, May 15, 1988.

Perritt, Patsy H. "Your Ticket to Teach: School Library Media Certificate Requirements 1996 Update." School Library Journal 42(6) (June 1996): 33-52.

*Tees, Mirian H. "Accreditation and Certification." In Education of Library and Information Professionals: Present and Future Prospects. Libraries Unlimited, 1987. pp. 108-120.

 

Unit VI. E. Standards, guidelines, etc.

(Z673.A5H37 19--) see current ALA Handbook... appendix "ALA Documents: Standards and Guidelines."

ACRL Academic Status Committee. "Standards for Faculty Status for College and University Librarians." College & Research Libraries News 53(5) (May 1992):317-318.

Baker, Sharon L. and F.W. Lancaster. The Measurement and Evaluation of Library Services. 2nd ed. Arlington, VA: Information Resources Press, 1991.

Bradburn, Frances Bryant. Output Measures for School Library Media Programs. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, 1999.

Crawford, Walt. Technical Standards: An Introduction for Librarians. 2nd ed. Boston, MA : G.K. Hall, 1991.

Goodson, Carol F. The Complete Guide to Performance Standards for Library Personnel. New York: Neal Schuman Publishers, 1997.

Library Standards for Adult Correctional Institutions, 1992. Association of Specialized and Cooperative Library Agencies, America Library Association. Chicago, IL: American Library Association, 1992.

*Reference and User Services Association (RUSA), ALA. "Guidelines for Behavioral Performance of Reference and Information Services Professionals." RQ 36(2) (Winter 1996): 200-203.

(Z671.C61) "Standards for College Libraries, 1986," College & Research Libraries News 47:189-200, March 1986.

(Z671 .C61) "Standards for University Libraries: Evaluation of Performance," College & Research Libraries News 50:679-691, September 1989.

Walter, Virginia A. Output Measures and More: Planning and Evaluating Public Library Services for Young Adults. Chicago: Young Adult Library Services Association, Public Library Association, American Library Association, 1995.

 

Unit VI. F. Ethics

Bodi, Sonia. "Ethics and Information Technology: Some Principles to Guide Students." Journal of Academic Librarianship (November 1998): 459-463.

(Ref BJ1725.C57 1986) Rena A. Gorlin. Ed. Codes of Professional Responsibility. Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. 1986.

Dragich, Martha J. "Information Malpractice: Some Thoughts on the Potential Liability of Information Professionals." in The Information Environment: A Reader. G.K. Hall, 1992, pp. 320-333.

Finks, Lee W. "Librarianship Needs a New Code of Professional Ethics," American Libraries 22:1:84-92, January 1991.

Froehlich, Thomas. "Ethical Considerations of Information Professionals." in Annual Review of Information Science and Technology. 27 (1992): 291-324.

Garoogian, Rhoda. "Librarian/Patron Confidentiality: An Ethical Challenge." Library Trends 40(2) (Fall 1991):216-233.

*Gremmels, Gillian A. "Reference in The Public Interest: An Examination of Ethics," RQ 30(3) (Spring 1991): 362-369.

Hardy, Gayle J. and Judith Schiek Robinson. "Reference Services to Students: A Crucible for Ethical Inquiry," RQ 30:3:82-87, Fall 1990.

Kochen, Manfred. "Ethics and Information Science," Journal of the American Society For Information Science 38:2:206-210, May 1987.

*Mason, Richard O., Florence Mason, & Mary Culnan. "Information and Responsibility: New Ethical Challenges." in Ethics of Information Management. (Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications, 1995, pp.1-34.

Nolan, Christopher W. "The Confidentiality of Interlibrary Loan Records." Journal of Academic Librarianship 19(2) (May 1993):81-86.

Schuman, Bruce and Joseph J. Mika. "Legal and Ethical Issues Affecting Libraries and Information Centers." in Foundations and Issues in Library and Information Science (Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 1992) pp. 132-165.

*Stichler, Richard N. "On Reforming ALA's Code of Ethics," American Libraries 23(1) (January 1992): 40-44.

 

Unit VI. G. Special concerns: (a) Access

ACRL Library Access Task Force. "ACRL Guidelines for the Preparation of Policies on Library Access." College & Research Libraries News 51(6) (June 1990): 548-556.

Blake, Virgil and Thomas Surprenant. "An Information Policy for the Information Age," Wilson Library Bulletin 62:9:44-46, 112, May 1988.

Commission on Freedom and Equality of Access to Information. Freedom and Equality of Access to Information. (the Lacy report) American Library Association, 1986.

Hernon, Peter, Charles R. McClure and Harold C. Relyea. (Eds.) Federal Information Policies in the 1990s: Views and Perspectives. Norwood, N.J.: Ablex, 1996.

Minow, Mary. "Filters and the Public Library: A Legal and Policy Analysis." May 1997. http://www.best.com/~tstms/paper.html

Montanelli, Dale S. and Patricia F. Stenstrom. (Eds.)People Come First: User-Centered Academic Library Service. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries, 1999.

Polly, Jean Armour. "NREN for All: Insurmountable Opportunity." Library Journal 114(16) (February 1, 1993):38-41.

*Sheerin, William E. "Absolutism on Access and Confidentiality: Principled or Irresponsible?" American Libraries 22:5:440-4, May 1991.

White, Herbert S. 1985. Ownership is not always availability--borrowing may not satisfy Access needs. In Access to Scholarly Information: Issues & Strategies. Perian Press. pp. 1-11.

 

Unit VI. G. Special concerns: (b) Intellectual freedom

*Ang, Peng Hwa. "Censorship and the Internet" in Encyclopedia of library and information science, Allen Kent and Carolyn M. Hall, eds., 1999, v. 65, suppl. 28, pp. 12-22.

Intellectual Freedom Manual. 6th ed. Chicago: American Library Association. Office for Intellectual Freedom. 1996.

Broderick, Dorothy. "Moral Conflict and the Survival of the Public Library." American Libraries 24(5) (May 1993): 447-448.

Curry, Ann. "Intellectual Freedom Lectures and the Dilemma of Offense-Free Teaching." Journal of Education for Librarianship 38(1) (Winter 1997): 43-53.

Foerstel, Herbert N. Surveillance in the Stacks. Greenwood Press, 1991. See "The Library Awareness Program. pp. 10-50.

Million, Angela C. and Kim N. Fisher. "Library Records: A Review of Confidentiality Laws and Policies," Journal of Academic Librarianship 11:346-349, January 1986.

Minow, Mary. "Filtering the First Amendment for Public Libraries: A Legal Framework." California Libraries June, 1997. Web version: April 1997. http://www.best.com/~tstms/filte.html

http://www.firstmonday.dk/issues/issue2_12/minow

O'Neil, Robert M. "Libraries, Librarians, and First Amendment Freedoms." in Downs, Robert B. and Ralph E. McCoy. The First Freedom Today. American Library Association, 1984. pp. 124-133.

Price, Monroe E. (Ed.) The V-chip Debate: Content Filtering from Television to the Internet. Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1998.

Sumerford, Steve. "The Public Library: Offensive By Design," Public Libraries 26:60-62, Summer 1987.

Swan, John C. "Untruth or Consequences," Library Journal 111:12:44-52, July 1986.

*Symons, Ann K. and Carla J. Stoffle. "When Values Conflict." American Libraries (May 1998): 56-58.

Vann, Sarah K. "Professional Associations and Intellectual Freedom." In Intellectual Freedom: The First Amendment and the Right to Know, School of Library and Information Studies, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1987. ERIC Document #301210 pp. 69-86.

*Wirth, Eileen. "The State of Censorship." American Libraries (September 1996): 44-48.

 

Unit VI. G. Special concerns: (c)Privacy and confidentiality

* American Library Association. Office for Intellectual Fredom . 1996. Intellectual freedom manual. Chicago: American Library Association.

*Gorman, Michael. 2001. Privacy in the digital environment: issues for libraries. Available on the Web.

 

Unit VI. G. Special concerns: (d) Literacy & information literacy

American Library Association. Presidential Committee on Information Literacy. Final Report. January 1989. 29 p.

Barber, Peggy. "Computers, Technology, Books--Yes, But Literacy Must Come First." pp. 42-43; Sumerford, Steve. "Creating a Community of Readers to Fight Functional Illiteracy." pp. 44-48; Johnson, Deborah Wilcox. "Libraries and Literacy: A Tradition Greets a New Century." American Libraries (May 1997): 49-51.

Bee, Barbara. "The Politics of Literacy." in Literacy and Revolution: The Pedagogy of Paulo Friere. Continuum, 1981. pp. 39-56.

Breivik, Patricia Senn and E. Gordon Gee. "The Information Society and Higher Education" In Information Literacy: Revolution in the Library, NY: American Chronicle of Education, 1989.

Bruce, Christine. "Seven Faces of Information Literacy in Higher Education." And Developing Information Literate Graduates: Prompts for Good Practice." http://www.fit.qut.edu.au/InfoSys/bruce/inflit/faces/faces1.htm

http://www.fit.qut.edu.au/InfoSys/bruce/inflit/prompts.html

Davis, Nancy, Harvey and Pam Fitzgerald. "Literacy Clearinghouse: Libraries and the Homeless." Library Journal 118(4) (March 1, 1993): 27.

Ehrhorn, Jean. Position Paper On Libraries and Literacy. Third Governor's Conference on Library and Information Services, Sept. 7-8, 1990, State of Hawaii. 16 p.

Mangubhai, Francis. "Literacy in the South Pacific: Some Multilingual and Multiethnic Issues," Chapter 14 of The Future of Literacy in a Changing World. Pergamon Press, 1987. pp. 186-205.

Marcum, Deanna and Elizabeth Stone. "Literacy: The Library Legacy," American Libraries 22:3:202-205, March 1991.

*Marcum, James W.. 2002. Rethinking information literacy. The library quarterly 72(1):1-26.

McCook, Kathleen de la Pena. "Where Would We Be Without Them? Libraries and Adult Education Activities: 1966-91." RQ 32(2) (Winter 1992): 245-253.

Monroe, Margaret E. 1986. The evolution of literacy programs in the context of library adult education. Library trends, Fall 1986, pp. 197-205.

Snavely, Loanne and Natasha Cooper. The Information Literacy Debate. Journal of Academic Librarianship (January 1997): 9-14.

*Strong, Gary E. "A Life in Literacy." pp. 36-37; Audrey Gorman. "Toward a New Definition of Literacy." pp. 38-39; Mary Anne DiAlesandro. "From Among Us: Literacy Programs Offer Tangible Benefits." pp 40, 42-45; Carla J. Stoffle. "Literacy 101 for the Digital Age." pp. 46-48; Kimberley M. Donnelly. "Learning From the Teaching Libraries." p. 47; Carole Talan. "Real-Life Empowerment through Family Centered Literacy." pp 49-51; Jo Ann Ellingson. "21st-Century Literacy: Libraries Must Lead." pp. 52-53. American Libraries (December 1998): 36-53.

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Unit VII.
International and comparative librarianship

Albert, Leo N. "The Development of Indigenous Publishing." in The International Flow of Information: A Trans-Pacific Perspective. The Center For The Book Viewpoint Series no. 7 Library of Congress, 1981. p. 26-30.

Asheim, Lester. 1966. Librarianship in the developing countries. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

Bliss, Nonie. "International librarianship" in Kent, Allen (ed.) Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science. Vol. 56. 1995. New York: Marcel Dekker.

Cheposiuk, Ron. "Information Policy as Cultural Policy: A Conference for a New Europe." American Libraries 24(2) (February 1993): 162, 164.

Danton, J. Periam. "Definitions of Comparative and International Library Science." in Comparative and International Library Science. Scarecrow Press, 1977. pp. 3-13.

Harris, Gordon. "The Attempts of Library Associations to Assist Third World Librarianship," IFLA Journal 12:4:291-295 (1986).

The Infrastructure of An Information Society. Elsevier Science Publications, 1984. see Albin, Michael W. "The Library of Congress Overseas Offices and Bibliographic Control in the Arab Countries and Other Developing Areas," pp. 481-486; and see Spiller, David. "The British Council Contribution to Information Systems in Developing Countries," pp. 505-507.

Knuth, Rebecca. Five international organizations linking children and books. IFLA journal 20(4):428-439.

Line, Maurice, Graham Mackenzie and Ray Prytherch. Librarianship and Information Work Worldwide. New York: Bowker-Saur, 1991.

Rayward, W. Boyd. "International Library and Bibliographical Organizations." in ALA World Encyclopedia of Library and Information Services. 2nd ed. 1986. pp. 381-385.

Seidman, Ruth K. Building Global Partnerships for Library Cooperation. Washington: Special Libraries Association, 1993.

Yocklunn, John. "The Barefoot Librarian: A Model for Developing Countries?" Libraries Alone: An International Journal 1:1:13-20, Spring 1988.

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Unit VIII.
History and future of libraries & information centers

Anderson, Carol and Robert Hauptman. Technology and Information Services: Challenges for the 1990's. Ablex, 1993.

*Barker, Philip. "Electronic libraries of the future" in Encyclopedia of library and information science, Allen Kent and Carolyn M. Hall, eds. 1996, v. 59, suppl. 22, pp. 119-153.

*Buildings, Books, and Bytes: Libraries and Communities in the Digital Age. Washington, D.C.: Benton Foundation, 1996.

Bearman, David and Jennifer Trant. "Electronic Records Research Working Meeting, May 28-30, 1997: A Report from the Archives Community." Bulletin of ASIS (February/March 1998): 13-17.

Briscoe, Peter, et al. "Ashurbanipal's Enduring Archetype: Thoughts on The Library's Role in The Future," College & Research Libraries 47: 121-126, March 1986.

Chepesiuk, Ron. "The Future is Here: America's Libraries Go Digital." American Libraries (January 1997): 47-49.

Coffman, Steve. "Building Earth's Largest Library: Driving Into the Future." Searcher 7(3) (March 1999)

http://www.infotoday.com/searcher/mar/coffman.htm

Communications of the ACM (April 999) Special Topic Issue: "Digital Libraries."

*Cox, Richard J. "Taking Sides on the Future of the Book." American Libraries (February 1997): 52-55.

*Crawford, Walt and Michael Gorman. Future Libraries: Dreams, Madness and Reality. Chicago: ALA, 1995. Z678.9.A4.U624

Dougherty, Richard. "Needed: User-Responsive Research Libraries," Library Journal 116:1:59-62, January 1991.

Eaton, Nancy. "The Future of Reference IV." and responses. College & Research Libraries News 53(8) (September 1992):508-514.

Ferguson, Chris D. and Charles Bunge. "The Shape of Services to Come: Values-Based Reference Service for the Largely Digital Library." College & Research Libraries 58(3) (May 1997): 252-265.

Goodrum, Charles A. and Helen Dalrymple. "The Computer and the Book." in Books in Our Future: Perspectives and Proposals. Library of Congress, 1987. pp. 150-178.

Govan, James F. "The Creeping Invisible Hand: Entrepreneurial Librarianship," Library Journal 113:1:35-38, January 1988.

Hawkins, Brian. "Planning for the National Electronic Library." Educom Review (May/June 1994): 19-29.

Herner, Saul. "Brief History of Information Science," Journal of the American Society For Information Science 35:157-163, May 1984.

Internet Historical Timeline
http://info.isoc.org/guest/za kon/Internet/History/HIT.html

*Into the Future: On the Preservation of Knowledge in the Electronic Age. Video #14688 (60').

Lacy, Dan. "Reading in an Audiovisual and Electronic Era," In Books in Our Future: Perspectives and Proposals. Library of Congress, 1987. pp. 116-125.

Lankes, R. David. AskA's: Lessons Learned from K-12 Digital Reference Services." Reference & User Quarterly 38(1) (1999): 63-71.

Local Places, Global Connections: Libraries in the Digital Age. Washington, D.C.: Benton Foundation, 1997.

Martin, Susan K. "Information Technology and Libraries: Toward the Year 2000," College & Research Libraries 50(4) (July 1989): 397-405.

Miksa, Fran. "The cultural legacy of the 'modern library' for the future" Online document: http://www.gslis.utexas.edu/~miksa/ modlib.html

Rayward, Boyd W. "The Origins of Information Science and the International Institute of Bibliography/International Federation for Information and Documentation (FID." Journal of the American Society for Information Science 48(4) (April 1997): 289-300.

*Rettig, James. "Islands in a Sea of Change." in Rethinking Reference in Academic Libraries, (Berkeley, Calif.: Library Solutions Press, 1993) pp. 77-84.

Rieusset-Lemarie, Isabelle. "P. Otlet's Mundaneum and the International Perspective in the History of Documentation and Information Science." Journal of the American Society for Information Science 48(4) (April 1997): 301-309.

Rogers, Sharon and Charlene Hurt. "How Scholarly Communication Should Work in the 21st Century." College & Research Libraries 51(1) (January 1990): 5-8.

Roy, Ron. "Crucial Critics for the Information Age." Library Journal 118(6) (April 1, 1993): 46-49.

Sager, Donald. "The Conference on the Future of the Public Library," Public Libraries 27:3:127-129, Fall 1988.

*Stoffle, Carla, Robert Renaud, and Jerilyn R. Veldof. "Choosing Our Futures." & "Commentaries on Choosing Our Futures." College & Research Libraries (May 1996): 213-233.

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